Understand the potential dangers associated with high voltage systems
Almost all auto repair shops will have to handle hybrid or electric vehicles sooner or later. Those working with such vehicles with high voltage (HV) systems must be aware of their potential dangers and possible protective measures. This applies to all employees – i.e. not just mechanics in the repair shop, but also the cleaning staff and office workers who might come into contact with the vehicles.
With our practical, digital learning course, employees will be aware of the dangers associated with HV systems and how to provide first aid in an emergency. The course includes several comprehension tests and the final certificate serves as proper documentation of the participant’s ability to carefully handle risks concerning the dangers of motor vehicles with HV Systems.
Duration of the training: 45 minutes
Login access duration: 30 days
Learning mode: Self-Paced
Topics to be covered in this course include:
The course employs a variety of training tools such as digital learning, tests, and other interactive exercises to enhance delivery of theoretical knowledge. Easily accessible via your laptop, tablet and mobile phone, the course gives you the opportunity to log in and learn whenever, wherever.
The cumulative duration of the programme is 45 minutes, after which you will be required to pass a quiz to receive your internationally recognised e-certificate with a unique ID.
This course is specially designed for:
WHO IS THE COURSE ADVISOR?
The course structure and content are developed by experts from TÜV SÜD’s Digital Academy Approval Board. Consisting of product specialists and technical experts, they have been working with organisations around the world to achieve business excellence.
This assures you that the course has been created with meticulous instruction, introducing you to diverse perspectives and best practices in handling high voltage systems in motor vehicles.
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